Thomas Hardye School’s Family Festival of Science | 11th October 2014

The Thomas Hardye School Science Department has invited scientists from various organisations to contribute to a range of displays, competitions and interactive activities, to add to those provided by DASP schools and Kingston Maurward College, for it’s annual Family Festival of Science.

The University will be there hosting two activities; ‘Identify Animals’, teaching forensic archaeology techniques, and Dr Genoveva Esteban’s ‘Microscope Madness’, opening up the hidden world of aquatic life in ponds, rivers and lakes (financially supported by the Society of Biology).

The Festival takes place on Saturday 11th October 2014 between 1 and 5 pm, is suitable for all ages, with open access, free entry and light refreshments available.

You can find the full line up here and we hope to see you there!